Winston has become one of the mainstays of competitive Overwatch and the Overwatch League, but he used to barely get any playtime at the pro level. That was until Lunatic Hai’s Miro showed the world exactly what Winston could do and catapulted himself atop all the Tank players in APEX.
As we exit the stage one playoffs with Vancouver Titans emerging as the champs winning a cool $200,000 winners pool, we take a look back at how all the teams fared during their first seven games and what improvements they could make, starting with the Pacific Division.
We’re nearing the end of Stage One and only the NYXL have clinched a spot in the Stage playoffs. By the end of Week 4 things should be a lot clearer about who will be playing in the end of stage tournament.
Week Three of OWL finally provided us with a bit of a clearer tier list amongst the teams with Vancouver and NYXL firmly at the top.
We’re close to halfway through the first Stage of the Overwatch League season and we still have no real idea who the best teams in the league are. Still the games have been great and that’s not going to change in Week 3.
Week Two in the Overwatch League saw a string of upsets offset by a return to form by London Spitfire.
Here are five must watch games for OWL Week 2.
The opening week of the Overwatch League 2019 season saw plenty of nail-biting games, surprise results and interesting team compositions, and with it, a whole lot of information on what to expect from teams for the rest of stage one.
If you don’t have time to catch every Week 1 match, here are the five you should try and tune in for.
During APEX Season 2, a small amateur team made it all the way to the Grand Finals. Their name was Runaway and they would quickly become one of the most beloved teams in Overwatch history.
We take a look at the OWL Pacific Division which has 7 different teams that could possibly make the playoffs in 2019
OWL S2 starts in just a few weeks so it’s time to preview the upcoming season and the 8 new teams. We start in the Atlantic Division where NYXL and London will dominate.
As we enter the last week of Stage Three there are still two spots open for Stage Three playoffs and plenty of teams that still have a shot to at least snag that brand new 4th seed.
As we near the home stretch of Stage Three we have an odd day of matches.
Ohhhh boy did Friday surprise us. Fusion looked awful against a suddenly mid-tier Shock team, we were too hopeful about the Dragons and Boston continues to dominate. Hopefully, we’re not as far off on Saturday.
London has been notoriously bad on Oasis this season, sporting a winning percentage of 17 percent heading into the Boston match so clearly there’s something almost mental about it at this point. But the loss to Boston was some next level insanity.